Light from Distant Stars, Shawn Smucker
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Light from Distant Stars

Cohen Marah steps over his father’s body, and then steps into a labyrinth of memory. Did he kill his father?
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“A Godsend . . . we need more fierce and compassionate stories like this one.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Jordan's World, Allen Steadham

Jordan’s World

If you were at death’s door and God gave you a chance to live, would you promise to go against your own hopes and dreams?
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2085: The Rise and Fall of The Sisters, Christopher J. Weeks

2085: The Rise and Fall of The Sisters

In the year 2085, militaristic feminism rules and a small group of renegade Christians holds the key to the world’s survival.
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Wilding, L. A. Smith

Wilding

A young man’s shadowed destiny leads him to the past, and could change our world forever.
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The Crimson Inkwell, Kenneth A. Baldwin

The Crimson Inkwell

When an aspiring journalist discovers a magic pen that turns fact to fiction, her career, family, and engagement face enchanted consequences.
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Whispering Tower, Katie Clark

Whispering Tower

What would you do if you accidentally fell through time?
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Quest of Fire: The Gathering Dark, Brett Armstrong

Quest of Fire: The Gathering Dark

A teen risks everything to save a cruel kingdom from cannons and the claws of mythic monsters.
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The Darkened Land, Larry Paris

The Darkened Land

In a land of darkness, seven people defend one of the seven cities of light against the forces of darkness.
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The Jericho Prophecy, Fiona Tarr

The Jericho Prophecy

The Israelites come to claim the promised land, but the Priestess and the Goddess are not about to let it go without a fight.
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Tranquility, Christa Conklin
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Tranquility

She must prove there’s more to life than peace and more to death than dying.
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“Conflict and tension defer to the pleasantries of picnics with fairies and merfolk.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Diondray's Roundabout, Marion Hill

Diondray’s Roundabout

A young man purses his destiny but will become sidetracked by a culture that doesn’t believe in things outside of humanity.
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To Ashes We Run, Just B. Jordan

To Ashes We Run

Dieon used to lead his people. Now he must protect them from himself, and from the Twisted One who possessed him.
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Living in Times of Dragons, John A. Pretorius
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Living in Times of Dragons

Roger Rommel must play cat and mouse with a faction of militant dragons who want to bring the world of man to an end.
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“A shot across the bow of Christian fiction . . . a whirlwind of ancient conspiracies and alien worlds seen through the passionate, contemplative eyes of a Christian father haunted by sin.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Line Between, Tosca Lee
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The Line Between

Cult escapee Wynter Roth finds herself face-to-face with the apocalypse her former cult taught her to fear all her life.
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“Tosca Lee’s thriller quests toward truth among apocalyptic madness.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Savage War, Esther Wallace
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The Savage War

While civil war rages within the kingdom of Mira, the Lord Carpason believes Arnacin to be their only hope.
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“Esther Wallace spins a tale that balances moral conviction with moral complexity.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Rhats Too!, Kerry Nietz

Rhats Too!

“Frohic again. Listen, I got home to find squatters living in my family’s hovel and no clue as to where father, mother, and the rest of the family went.”
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Decree, Tricia Mingerink

Decree

From the story of how Leith and Martyn met to Ranson’s search for a life outside of the Blades, these stories will answer plaguing questions and expand the world of Acktar.
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Adrift, J. S. Rogers

Adrift

Fallon returns to Ariboslia, but the creatures she’s there to save want her dead.
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The Flame of Telbyrin, Br. Benedict Dyar, O. S. B.

The Flame of Telbyrin

Two peaceable Elves journey to discover why the Flame of Telbyrin is going out, and who or what may be behind it.
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Oath Sworn, Meg MacDonald

Oath Sworn

One man’s sacred oath, one boy’s sacred duty; their choices will shape their world in ways neither ever anticipated.
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The Light Unbound, C. S. Wachter

The Light Unbound

Alone and weak, Rayne lashes out at the One and turns his back on his quest; can he learn to trust again before it’s too late?
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F'lorna of Rodesh, Alisa Hope Wagner

F’lorna of Rodesh

As F’lorna prepares for the Double Moon Ceremony, storms begin to build across the lands of Rodesh.
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Auxland, M. B. Aznoe

Auxland

Khomar finds his homecoming marred by old prejudices and rivalries.
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Enclave, Thomas Locke
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Enclave

Fifty years after America’s collapse, Caleb has a plan that could help secure his enclave’s future.
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“Think Louis L’amour meets The Hunger Games–lite with a sprinkle of X-Men.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Strand of Faith, Rachel J. Bonner

Strand of Faith

When the choice is between love and life, how can anyone decide?
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Eilinland: Through the Wall, Bailey Davenport
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Eilinland: Through the Wall

In a world divided in half by a wall, four warriors venture into dangerous northern territory in search of a missing girl.
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“A light, entertaining read, with good thematic substance to accompany the fun.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder, S. E. M. Ishida

Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder

Nick Newton dodges mechanical baby strollers, fencing sisters, and auction bids, all as he’s trying to help his friend put his android back together.
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Mark of the Raven, Morgan L. Busse
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Mark of the Raven

Lady Selene is torn between upholding her family’s legacy or seeking the true reason behind her family’s gift of dreamwalking.
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“Here’s dreaming that fans can share in more stories like this.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Etherno: Rise of the Dragongirl, Aaron DeMott

Etherno: Rise of the Dragongirl

Onin’s life is changed when he meets a mysterious new student with a fiery dual dragon nature.
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Overpowered, Kathryn McConaughy

Overpowered

Barred from the city of refuge, Taliyah’s only chance at safety lies with a band of seven mercenaries.
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Resonance, Dianne J. Wilson

Resonance

Saved from death and freed from the spiritual realm, all Kai wants is a chance to go back for the friend he left behind.
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Sword of Decision, Anne H. Campbell

Sword of Decision

It takes a sword to sever the past from the present and set a former assassin free from the powers of darkness.
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The Sword and the Way, G. K. Werner

The Sword and the Way

Reavers killed his kinfolk. Now Jorgan Anderson seeks a legendary sword-dance, which will probably kill him.
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Never to Live, Just B. Jordan

Never To Live

To save him, she let the madness take her … and now it won’t let her go.
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Forsaken, Gina Detwiler

Forsaken

Grace Fortune saw the boy she loves, Jared Lorn, die before her eyes. But Grace’s suspicions have her wondering if Jared really is dead.
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Conviction, Lauren H. Salisbury

Conviction

On a planet where Esarelian rule is slowly crushing all resistance, two humans learn to trust God, and each other, with every secret they have left.
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Thoughtreal, Michael Gryboski
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Thoughtreal

Two people who have developed the power to bend reality with their minds have come to the Washington, DC metropolitan area for mysterious reasons.
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“. . . An intricate narrative that avoids potential tropes while touching on issues like ancient racial conflicts and shallow modern relationships . . .” — Lorehaven Magazine
Hera's Doom, Sarah Myria Carter

Hera’s Doom

Hera Jackson never expected Arcadia to go to war. Much less a civil war.
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Armor of Aletheia, Ralene Burke
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Armor of Aletheia

An orphaned princess is charged with finding the sacred armor of her people in order to defeat an ancient evil infecting her world.
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“Classic fantasy suffused with spirituality . . . finishes as sweet, colorful fantasy.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Shelter Island, John Paul Tucker

Shelter Island

Can Cary, Clarisse, and Gregory help an intelligent race of birds end a centuries-old conflict before war invades their homeland?
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